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Daniel Sieberg is one of the world's leading voices in artificial intelligence and trends in innovation. He works with companies globally to empower employees with AI across all levels of any company to help them explore its utility as a co-pilot and increase efficiency, productivity, and overall performance.
As a former senior marketing executive and official spokesperson for several years at Google, Daniel helped build the Google News Lab and now Google News Initiative. Since then, he’s founded the first-of-its-kind AI streaming companion called The Streaming Guide, and is the co-founder of GoodTrust, which is the leading platform for digital legacy and estate planning.
Prior to his time at Google, Daniel was a global correspondent and reporter for nearly 15 years and covered science, space, environment, and technology for ABC News, CBS News, and CNN. He has been nominated for 5 national News & Documentary Emmy Awards and appeared as a featured guest across the Discovery Channel, MSNBC, BBC News, NBC’s Today Show.
Daniel has spoken at and moderated hundreds of sessions on a wide variety of topics from leadership to technology trends to healthcare at high-profile events including World Science Festival, HPE Discover, SAP Sapphire NOW, World Islamic Economic Forum, and The Leadership Network, having spoken on every continent except Antarctica.
His first book, The Digital Diet, was published in 2011 (Crown, Three Rivers) and his second book, Digital Legacy (Stonesong), was published in 2020.
A dual citizen of Canada and the U.S., Sieberg has traveled to nearly 70 countries and resides in NYC.
How to Use AI to Disrupt Your Industry
You may look at companies like Google and think you’re the David to their Goliath. But even moguls like Google reached the height of their success by climbing one step at a time. Daniel Sieberg can tell you, because he was there at Google leading his team up the stairs.
Sieberg’s deep expertise derives from his 12 years as science and technology correspondent for CNN, ABC News, and CBS News; as a senior executive for more than 10 years with innovation teams at Google, Moody's Analytics, and Huawei USA, and his own startups, GoodTrust and The Streaming Guide.
And now he shares the secrets of utilizing tech to become a disruptor of your industry.
In this keynote, takeaways include:
Bring Daniel Sieberg to your next event to learn how to harness the power of AI and become a cutting-edge competitor in the twenty-first century.
Disrupting the Entertainment Industry: Boots on the Ground in the Everchanging Tech Landscape
Daniel Sieberg has always been at the forefront of revolutionizing industries, and his latest project is predicted to do the same for the entertainment industry. Sieberg recently founded The Streaming Guide, an AI-powered app that helps you and your family decide what to watch or listen to. Even in its infancy this new tech is showing great promise of total disruption to the patterns and lifestyles we’ve created around at-home entertainment.
And Sieberg is sharing the tools he’s using to create a successful game-changer to transform your organization into a disruptor as well. Within any industry there are holes in efficiency, ease, productivity, and more. In this keynote, Sieberg will share the principles behind finding the holes, like he did with The Streaming Guide, and filling them to create a product or service that’s one-of-a-kind.
Through real-life examples from the inception to designing to creating The Streaming Guide, Sieberg will share what is driving his newest company to success and lead your team to become a true disruptor of your industry.
Mental Health and StartUps: From Zero to One
After throwing everything he had into a blockchain startup, Daniel Sieberg realized it wasn’t working. The idea has been inspiring: could blockchain save journalism? It intertwined two of his passions — tech and journalism — and he had hoped the answer was yes. But even with the years of giving himself to this startup he saw it was failing.
When this company went under and he lost it all he had a life reckoning that changed his values. He learned to forgive himself and move forward, but the biggest lesson he took away from his experience was how to move from zero to one. Being at zero and having nothing feels as infinite and definite as the number itself. The hardest move to make is simply getting from zero to one — nothing to something. Through personal accounts, Sieberg will motivate and inspire audiences with his story of overcoming adversity and finding redemption within himself.
As someone who has now come out the other side of a traumatic entrepreneurial experience, Sieberg knows there’s not much mental health support out there for this demographic of big dreamers. He wants to speak to the people who are giving their dreams and their companies their all to support their mental health and create a community around entrepreneurship that goes deeper than the business.
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